The psychedelic work of a long-time cyberfriend (under "Cellophane Rechordings"). Enjoy!
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Friday, June 7, 2013
These beautiful sunny late-spring days in Chicago, a vibe such as that of the Moody Blues song below and of this song here is just perfection. This song is from the lone '71 album The North Wind Blew South by a UK songwriter that has essentially vanished since. I understand Temma Harbour from the album became a mild hit by someone else a few years later. Anyway, the album has some totally gorgeous tracks on it (also some rock clunkers, including the interminable blues instrumental that ends the album), and of those, this is the one that has entered my head seemingly unprompted this evening. Enjoy.
After a nice, smooth late evening drive to Chicago, I had easily the best sleep I've had in a long time and awoke most delightfully to this record on the turntable of my mind.
Sunday, June 2, 2013
Before bees become a distant memory in this country, I have a curious desire to revisit this episode of the early Sixties' sci-fi exploration of human and non-human nature known as The Outer Limits — featuring Joanna Frank as the eerily captivating Regina, [SPOILER] a character whose poor grasp of human social norms sadly proves a fatal flaw. I think perhaps, having grown up with a light sort of autism, I see a bit of myself in her in that respect (minus the whole "species-advancing" agenda; I got no one to represent but me). Who knows. Anyway, IMDb/Hulu provides this with sponsors. They will control all that you see and hear.